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Will Hutton
The French president hopes to establish a new economic order. Labour should be watching him closely. Today, the seal will be set on an extraordinary political event. In the second round of its elections, France is expected to elect more than 400 deputies of the 577-seat French national assembly to represent a political party – En Marche! – that was founded just 14 months ago. The French Socialist party will be reduced from its current 284 deputies to a tiny rump of fewer than 25, while their conservative rivals will fall from 226 to fewer than 130. Emmanuel Macron, newly elected president and founder of the party, will have completed a stunning coup.feedback
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Jun 17 2017
Francois Hollande, Angela Merkel and Marine Le Pen, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Socialist Party of France. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 108 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 271 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Francois Hollande is: “I wanted to come back here because without you, without this movement, without the strength you embody, I would never have led France. I am leaving the country in a much better state than I found it in.”.
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Marine Le Pen

Emmanuel Macron is just Francois Hollande who wants to stay and who is hanging on to power like a barnacle. The French people will decide.feedback

Catharine Bonté

They all helped me a bit with social care. And Giscard d'Estaing's wife even came to support me once because I was a single mother and I was a victim of injustices and racism. But Hollande, he never helped me; he never answered my letters. So I understand the ones who gave up on voting. There is a lot of suffering here.feedback

Yanis Varoufakis

Merkel had heard him and, according to Emmanuel, ordered Hollande to keep Macron out of the Greek negotiations. Merkel's spell was every bit as powerful as I had imagined.feedback

Marine Le Pen

Change is obviously not going to come from the heir of (outgoing president) Francois Hollande and his disastrous mandate of failures.feedback

Eric de La Fouchardiere

I fought against (Socialist President Francois) Hollande for five years and cannot back his heir.feedback

Marine Le Pen

You have the choice of alternatives, the real one, not the one that's seen governments succeeding one another so that nothing changes. The one that I propose to you is the great alternative, the fundamental alternative which will put in place new policies, new faces and the renewal to which you aspire. It's obviously not the prolongation of Francois Hollande, and all of the failures of these five years, but it will be new changes that will come. It is time to free French people from the arrogant elites, who want to dictate to them. I am the candidate of the people.feedback

Jean-Luc Mélenchon

Also, for the last few years, Benoît Hamon has been an adversary of [President] François Hollande. Today Socialists are saying, You abandoned and betrayed us, you voted against us, you were disloyal to the party' … and he's being abandoned.feedback

Peter Boockvar - The Lindsey Group

Marine Le Pen is certainly the real problem because she believes in fundamentally altering the state of the euro. Jean-Luc Melenchon would be a socialist/communist disaster for the French economy but what else is new? He is just a bit more economically extreme than Hollande.feedback

Diane Abbott

In both cases, the Dutch Labour party and the French Socialist party had talked about opposing austerity but then implemented it. Trying to shore up their electoral base they turned to anti-immigration and Islamophobic rhetoric and policies. France under Hollande also repeatedly intervened militarily in Africa.feedback

Francois Hollande

First we must begin discussions on the modalities of the withdrawal, especially on the rights of citizens and the obligations arising from the commitments that the United Kingdom has made. On the basis of what progress is made, we could open discussions on the framework of the future relations between the United Kingdom and the European Union.feedback

Angela Merkel

In an increasingly unstable world, that collaboration is more, not less, important for us all. I want the UK's new relationship with the EU to ensure that – whether it comes to exchanging the information our security services need, or working together to protect Europe's borders – we have the closest possible relationship.feedback

David Lees

The Socialists are really done for at the moment. They need a bit of time to kind of regroup and reshape themselves as the center-right did post-Hollande. ... They'll probably need to rethink their image a bit.feedback

David Lees

He's essentially saying, I'm going to break the status quo. I'm going to break with what's come beforehand' in terms of the Socialist party and create something new there. That certainly will appeal to some people who are very much disillusioned with François Hollande and his legacy.feedback

Francois Hollande

Instead of closing down borders or building walls, we need a regulated globalization based on the sovereignty of nations and the strength of international organizations, especially the United Nations. This temptation to look inwards is not only dangerous, but it leads to a dead end. Terrorists can use people's fears to impose solutions that are contrary to our interests. This is the temptation of looking inward and it can have heavy consequences for big democracies.feedback

Anthony Tan - Uber

At a time when the global political and economic environment is uncertain, many governments are facing pressures to turn inwards. Against this backdrop, being able to work with reliable friends is more important than ever. France is such a friend of Singapore.feedback

Francois Hollande

In this geopolitical environment of isolation, nationalism and protectionism, we have to lead by example and make our bilateral partnership not only strong and dynamic, but to show the way for opening confidence in international trade.feedback

Maria Katasonova

Putin, Trump and Le Pen all stand up for their countries' interests but they understand very well that cooperation and dialogue with each other's countries can correct the mistakes that the Obama-Merkel-Hollande axis made–really serious mistakes like allowing for terrorism, an economic crisis, and a refugee crisis. They can fix all that.feedback

Dmitry Kiselyov

There is an impression that they are bluntly clearing the political field for Emmanuel Macron, the project of Francois Hollande.feedback

François Fillon

You have newspapers today which receive documents 48 hours after they were seized in searches, for example in my office in the National Assembly. Who gives them these documents? The government. I will go much further. I blame the president of the republic.feedback

François Fillon

Who is organising these? State services. And, oddly enough, the Socialist party, Mr Macron and Mr Hollande pounce on these pseudo-revelations.feedback

Francois Hollande

It seemed to involve a French national, with possibly a certain number of weapons in his boot – it's up to the judges to make a statement on that – who was looking to kill or at the very least create a dramatic incident. Therefore we must continue to be on high alert and mobilize all our forces.feedback

Francois Hollande

But you…I will give you an answer later, and in English if necessary!feedback

Francois Hollande

My ultimate duty is to make sure that France is not won over by such a programme, and that France does not bear such a heavy responsibility. Even French journalists don't dare ask it!feedback

James Franey - Euronews

And in the second round, who will you vote for between Marine Le Pen or Emmanuel Macron?feedback

Angela Merkel

We must have the courage that some countries precede if not all want to participate: a Europe of different speeds is necessary, otherwise we will probably get stuck.feedback

Francois Hollande

Unity is not uniformity and this is the reason why I call for new forms of cooperation (…) that we could go quicker and stronger with some countries without excluding others and without having others who can oppose.feedback

Vince Cable - Stansted Airport

Car components have to go backwards and forwards across frontiers and they will require tariffs and checks.feedback

Francois Hollande

The threat exists. The far right has never been this high for 30 years. But France will not give in.feedback

Francois Hollande

If Europe is strong and united, Russia will want to keep a lasting and balanced relationship [with us].feedback

Francois Hollande

The UK's problem is this: it had thought that in leaving Europe it would tie up a strategic partnership with the US. But it now happens that the US is closing itself off from the world. The UK has made a bad choice at a bad moment. I regret that. In my mind, the UK, even outside the EU, should be associated with that. This is not just about emotion or fear, it's a political reality for four years.feedback

Francois Hollande

I'm president of France until the beginning of May. That is my only task and focus. When a new policy is raised, I hear more and more often the line: 'We don't want to pay more than we get back.' It's the return of Mrs Thatcher's phrase: 'I want my money back.' Britain has left, but that bad attitude has remained. Europe makes good decisions, but too late. As for ideological operations, they must be uncovered. There has to be a clear explanation of who is with who, who is financed by who. And why all these far-right movements are more or less linked to Russia.feedback

Francois Hollande

We can't have demonstrations in our country, in our Republic, that question our institutions, the work of the judiciary or of the police in the course of an inquiry.feedback

François Fillon

I have been singled out by the judicial system. It's as if I had to be brought down at all costs.feedback

Francois Hollande

There is terrorism and we must fight it together. I think that it is never good to show the smallest defiance toward an allied country. I wouldn't do it with the United States and I'm urging the U.S. president not to do it with France. I won't make comparisons but here, people don't have access to guns. Here, you don't have people with guns opening fire on the crowd simply for the satisfaction of causing drama and tragedy.feedback

Francois Hollande

There is no life as a community if there is no respect. These young people deserve respect when they are stopped for police identity checks, when they themselves are confronted with violent situations. Respect.feedback

Naomi Totten - Betfair

People are much more willing to put a few pounds on the outsider at the moment. There are certainly people interested in backing him (Hollande) despite the fact he has very clearly ruled himself out.feedback

Matthew Shaddick - Ladbrokes

In the last year we've had four different people being favourite ... so that's good for us.feedback

Graham Sharpe - William Hill

We've picked up a lot of interest from (French) expats who can have a bet here but can't have a bet in Paris. We took the biggest single bet we've ever taken for a foreign election, other than the British or American ones. Ten thousand pounds for Marine Le Pen to win, from someone who walked into one of our south London betting shops.feedback

Ben Hodges

I don't see, and I have not heard, anything that would lead me to think that this could be curtailed. Our president has spoken with Prime Minister (Theresa) May, Chancellor (Angela) Merkel and President (Francois) Hollande and what I have heard is the affirmation of the importance of NATO and the United States commitment to NATO.feedback

Francois Hollande

To be very honest, what threatens Europe doesn't only come from outside. It is also from inside. This means the rise of extremists who use external factors to cause disruption internally.feedback

Angela Merkel

Europe faces big internal and external challenges which we ... can only master by working together. We need a clear, common commitment to the European Union, to what we have accomplished, and to the values of our liberal, democratic democracies.feedback

Jacob Rees-Mogg

It would continue the unhappy tradition of the EU bureaucracy being the dumping ground for failed and unelectable politicians.feedback

Boris Johnson

If Monsieur Hollande wants to administer punishment beatings to anybody who chooses to escape, rather in the manner of some sort of World War Two movie, then, you know, I don't think that, that is the way forward. I think, actually, it's not in the interests of our friends and partners.feedback

Francois Hollande

The President of the Republic welcomes this fine industrial deal which will strengthen the French aeronautics industry.feedback

Sergey Lavrov

A whole range of leaders of countries which are US allies openly campaigned for Hillary Clinton. Angela Merkel was actively doing that as well as François Hollande, Theresa May and other leaders of European states. Moreover, besides direct campaigning for Hillary Clinton, official representatives of the European countries were not shy to demonise Donald Trump.feedback

Francois Hollande

Only direct talks between Israelis and Palestinians can lead to peace. (…) It is reasonable, it is necessary that the international community seriously thinks about the best way possible to guide the two-state solution. And I confirm that this solution is the only one possible for peace and security.feedback

Francois Hollande

We are working with the aim that the state can remain a minority shareholder, we want a multiple shareholder solution.feedback

Francois Hollande

We have a common enemy: it's terrorism, it's Daesh, it's fundamentalism. This enemy, we need to hunt it down in places where it exists – in Iraq, in Syria. But also we need to understand the links which exist between these terrorist groups and a certain number of individuals who are manipulated and who organise attacks in several countries.feedback

Francois Hollande

We will fight them like (we fight) all jihadists ... since they are attacking us, since they prepare attacks on our own territory. We are preparing for these returns and the very particular processing of these children. Everything that contributes to reconstructing Iraq is an additional step to avoiding Daesh strikes on our own territory. Daesh is stepping back and Daesh will be defeated.feedback

Francois Hollande

In history, there are moments when everything can change dramatically. We are living through one. So, in less than five months, you will have to make a choice. It will be decisive for France.feedback

Francois Hollande

Democracy, freedom, social rights, Europe and even peace, all of that becomes vulnerable, reversible. We saw it in the United Kingdom, with Brexit, and in the United States during the election in November. We see it across our continent, with the rise of extremism.feedback

Francois Hollande

You've continued to live, to work, to go out, to move around, to cherish freedom. You can be proud of yourselves. But we're not done with the plight of terrorism. We have to keep on fighting it. This is the reason for our military operations abroad, in Mali, in Syria, in Iraq – Iraq where I'll be going the day after tomorrow (January 2) to salute our troops. Vive la République! Vive la France.feedback

Francois Hollande

We're not done with the plight of terrorism. We have to keep on fighting it. This is the reason for our military operations abroad, in Mali, in Syria, in Iraq – Iraq where I'll be going the day after tomorrow to salute our troops.feedback

Francois Hollande

The condition for all this to happen is a ceasefire and it's what the European Council must demand: a ceasefire and the evacuation of all the civilians and eventually a political negotiation. Europe must make its voice heard.feedback

Bernard Cazeneuve

There are a few months left and you are better placed than anyone to know that everyday is useful, everyday counts. Therefore we will use all these days and months ahead of us to strengthen the Republic, strengthen France in order to confront the challenges that the country faces.feedback

Xavier Ragot

What we need is a solid tax reform that makes things simple, let's have rates that everybody can understand and use other levers like public investment for economic policy.feedback

Catherine Mann - OECD

(France should) use the window of opportunity for fiscal initiatives that have a key element not just of spending but also reducing taxes, altering the pension system and encouraging a structural change particularly in the labour market.feedback

Jean-Christophe Cambadelis

Rise up you people of the Left! We have to fight the Right and push back the National Front!feedback

Francois Hollande

When there are no civil servants, there is no State any longer. And when there is no State there is no France.feedback

Antonio Barroso

The announcement by President Francois Hollande on 1 December that he will not run for re-election in 2017 will have a limited impact on the left's chances of retaining power.feedback

Francois Hollande

Today I am aware of the risks that going down a route that would not gather sufficient support would entail, so I have decided not to be a candidate in the presidential election.feedback

Francois Hollande

As a Socialist, because that is my life's commitment, I cannot accept, I cannot come to terms with the dispersion of the left, with its splitting up. Because that would remove all hope of winning in the face of conservatism, and, worse yet, of extremism.feedback

Manuel Valls

I want to tell Francois Hollande my emotion, my respect, my loyalty and my affection.feedback

Manuel Valls

I will make my decision while examining my conscience ... whatever happens, the best interests of the country will influence my decision.feedback

Manuel Valls

We need to state that over the last few weeks, the context has changed. The publication of that book created real disarray amongst the left-wing.feedback

Francois Hollande

It was largely because of your contribution, because many years ago you started putting this topic on all the agendas.feedback

Ban Ki-moon - United Nations

By doing this you are rewarding our honourable organisation and I feel deeply honoured and proud.feedback

Francois Hollande

The United States, the most powerful economy in the world, the second-largest emitter of greenhouse gases, must respect the commitments that were made. It's not simply their duty, it's in their interest.feedback

Francois Hollande

The agreement was historic. But what we must say here is that this agreement is irreversible.feedback

Ban Ki-moon - United Nations

We have no right to gamble with the fate of future generations – or imperil the survival of other species that share our planet.feedback

Francois Hollande

My duty is to make sure we have the best possible relations with the United States, but a relation that is based on frankness and clarity. The campaign is not always an opportunity for a candidate to make himself quickly understood ... We need to talk.feedback

Alain Juppé

This attitude is suicidal. I want to bring everyone together, the right, the center, those who are disappointed with Hollande ... and those who are disappointed with the National Front.feedback

Jean-Daniel Levy

When you asked the French in 1988 what they made of Mitterrand's mandate they would mention the end of the death penalty, the opening up of radio waves, the lowering of the retirement age. Despite the switch to austerity in 1983, there was a sense of pride. Hollande does not manage to trigger that feeling of pride. Allowing gay marriage does not quite compare.feedback

Jean-Daniel Levy

Mitterrand always had people who stood up for him. No one is now clearly supporting Hollande, not even in his government.feedback

Jean-Christophe Cambadelis

At this stage no potential candidate, whoever he is, seems able to beat the right. Or even get past the first round.feedback

Malek Boutih

We need someone else with a strong personality to come forward, someone who can offer hope.feedback

Patrick Kanner

Valls should be asking himself about the question of a presidential bid if Hollande doesn't run.feedback

Gael Sliman - Odoxa

Valls probably regrets not leaving the ship when he could have nine months ago. He would have been best-placed today to take up the baton, but Macron and Montebourg are now way ahead.feedback

Francois Hollande

It's not about taking what Britons have, but once they've made this choice, they must live with the consequences and we, France, must become the point of access to the European market.feedback

Francois Hollande

So we have to see these negotiations to the end, while maintaining the principles of the European Union, notably that of free movement.feedback

Francois Hollande

They have decided to leave. I think the worst attitude would be to contest their choice or call into question the very foundations of the European Union.feedback

Jean-Christophe Cambadelis

I still think he wants to stand, but he has not made the task any easier.feedback

Claude Bartolone

I'm asking myself questions about his desire (to stand). A hesitation is emerging. I have told him I am stupefied (by the book). There is a pressing need to explain whether he really wants to be a candidate.feedback

Bertrand Louvel

This renewed outrage against the judiciary, at a time where all authorities should show coherence, poses an institutional problem.feedback

Jean-Claude Marin

Yesterday's meeting with the president did not soften the feeling of humiliation magistrates experienced again.feedback

Bertrand Louvel

The President of the Republic has let comments be published, without denying them, in which he calls the judiciary a 'cowardly institution' where some 'hide away', play the virtuous' and 'dislike politics.feedback

Francois Hollande

And yet, they quite shamelessly demand 8 billion from BNP or 5 billion to Deutsche Bank.feedback

Dmitry Peskov

The president has decided to cancel this visit. From the very start of his exchanges with his French colleague, President Putin noted that he is ready to visit Paris when it is comfortable for President Hollande. So we'll wait for when that comfortable time comes.feedback

Francois Hollande

There must be a threat, there must be a risk, there must be a price, otherwise we will be in negotiations that will not end well and, inevitably, will have economic and human consequences. Britain has decided on a Brexit, I believe even a hard Brexit. Well, we must go all the way with Britain's willingness to leave the European Union.feedback

Manuel Valls

Poland is a big country, but questions need to be asked of Poland, notably its defence industry, after the choices that have just been made.feedback

Francois Hollande

The U.K. has decided to do a Brexit … Well, then we must go all the way through the the U.K.'s willingness to leave the EU. We have to have this firmness.feedback

Su-Lin Ong - RBC

The move coincided with an FT (Financial Times) story about French President Hollande demanding tough Brexit negotiations.The move was exacerbated once stops were tripped below a key level of US$1.2600 in very thin trading before the U.S. payrolls.feedback

Francois Hollande

France is able to host big events – recently with Euro 2016 but also with some 40 world and European championships across all sports these past years. We have the know-how and the technology to host big events while ensuring safety.feedback

Francois Hollande

We want to remind you, and you know it, that France is able to host big events -- recently with Euro 2016 but also with some 40 world and European championships across all sports these past years. We have the savoir faire and the technology for big events but we can also ensure appropriate safety. We have ensured security for the events I just mentioned. It is our main priority and everyone can understand why.feedback

Francois Hollande

I am certain that after the elections that will follow until 2024, all the presidents will want to pursue what we started.feedback

Francois Hollande

I don't know how the world will be in 2024 but it will be dangerous. There is no country, no capital that can think they will be protected, immune from this.feedback

Francois Hollande

We must dismantle the camp completely and definitively. I also want to restate my determination that the British authorities play their part in the humanitarian effort that France is undertaking and that they continue to do that in the future.feedback

Francois Hollande

The spirit of our meeting was to take stock of the mistrust Europe inspires in Europeans and the hope it must bring.feedback

Francois Hollande

We must cooperate this way to be able to give Europe the conditions to have its European defense policy. Jobs that will be created here are not detrimental to French or German workers. New jobs here will lead to the creation of new jobs in France and Germany.feedback

Francois Hollande

Constitutional principles are not legal niceties. Is the freedom to come and go a legal nicety? Is freedom of expression a legal nicety? Is freedom to worship a legal nicety? Is being presumed innocent - something that's useful when defending one's self - a legal nicety?feedback

Francois Hollande

The immediate urgency is to ensure the (climate agreement) is put into action by year-end. That's far from being achieved. I ask you to double your efforts to push countries where you reside to ratify the accord before Marrakesh.feedback

Matteo Renzi

Many thought that after Brexit Europe was over. Not so. We respect the choice of the British people, but we want to write a page for the future. And that's why internal security, external security, the fight for a common Defense, cooperation between intelligence services, better integration of national Defense industries, the project for an European Community for security are our top priorities.feedback

Matteo Renzi

They will be coming to discuss how to relaunch Europe from the bottom up, there's a big need. Relaunching Europe is a totally open game but it needs to be played.feedback

Francois Hollande

This war, it is a new genre. It presents a global challenge for democracies. And this is the reason why France is committed both far and wide, and here. By fighting in foreign countries our armies defend us because it's the same threat, they are the same murderers that we face in Iraq, Mali, Syria and at home.feedback

Francois Hollande

At the same time and along with the government of Manuel Valls, I will do everything to protect the French. I also owe them the truth. The threat is there and is going to last. We must ensure security without abandoning life as we want it, as we understand it, because this is essential. Terrorists present two challenges: We must defeat them and we must remain ourselves.feedback

Francois Hollande

Can Islam accommodate secularism? My answer is yes. Clearly yes. Nothing in secularism opposes the practice of Islam in France, and this is the essential point that complies with the law. What needs to succeed is the construction of an Islam of France.feedback

Nicolas Sarkozy

All this violence and barbarism has paralysed the French left since January 2015. It has lost its bearings and is clinging to a mindset that is out of touch with reality.feedback

Dominique Lebrun

They said to love, and I say, love your enemies, and even pray for them, when I read that sentence I say, love your enemies, is that possible?' I will try, at least I will pray for them.feedback

Francois Hollande

I also owe you the truth: this war will be long. It is our democracy that is being targeted, it is the bulls-eye and it will be our shield. It is our unity that makes us strong so French men and women, let us form a blockade, that is how we will win the war against hate and zealotry.feedback

Francois Hollande

We must respond to this challenge and do it in the right way – without hesitation and using all necessary means.feedback

Jean Asselborn

I hope this can be a lesson against falling for political opportunists like the (anti-migration) AfD in Germany or Geert Wilders in the Netherlands.feedback

Mariano Rajoy

If the United Kingdom leaves, so does Scotland. Scotland has no competences to negotiate with the EU. The Spanish government rejects any negotiation with anyone other than the United Kingdom.feedback

Manuel Valls

Each of our nations has its own characteristics. Only a union can protect them.feedback

Marine Le Pen

Hollande "will take no notice of all the signals that have been sent for years by people in Europe and France, not even after the British people's decision to leave the EU.feedback

Angela Merkel

Today is a blow for Europe. It is a blow for the process of European unification. What the consequences of this blow will be in the next days, weeks, months and years, is entirely dependent on whether we, the other 27 members of the European Union, will show ourselves willing and able not to jump to conclusions in this situation, and not to draw instant and simple conclusions from the referendum in Great Britain, which would only divide Europe further.feedback

Donald Tusk - European Council

Today history is knocking at our door. What is at stake, is the dilution of Europe which closes in on itself. Or the reaffirmation of its existence at the cost of profound change. I will do all I can to ensure it's profound change rather than withdrawal. And France has a particular responsibility because she's at the heart of Europe, because she built Europe and because she is the country which can lead others and which guarantees the future of our continent.feedback

Francois Hollande

This is undoubtedly a terrorist act. The attacker wanted it to be recognised as such. He was neutralised thanks to the work of the security forces.feedback

Francois Hollande

We are side by side to tackle the challenges of today and first of all the future of Europe, because, as we know disappointment was followed by disenchantment, and after doubts came suspicion, and for some even rejection or break-up.feedback

Angela Merkel

In the European Union we will continue to have different views on certain issues. That is in the nature of things but it will prove beneficial if we demonstrate our ability to compromise to reach an agreement.feedback

Francois Hollande

I've been told there is a code of good conduct. If it's not applied there will be consequences. If this council does not react firmly, the first decision will be to make general (shareholder) assembly decisions binding.feedback

Matteo Renzi

At the same time we say with great clarity and very strongly, that press freedom is an amazing value for France, home of the Declaration of Human Rights, for Italy and for all those men and women who believe in the founding values of the European Union.feedback

Francois Hollande

Mr Hollande reiterated that Hinkley Point C was a major strategic project and a pillar of the bilateral relationship between the two countries.feedback

Francois Hollande

The Russians, through the voice of Vladimir Putin, accepted this principle of negotiations on the basis of UN resolutions.feedback

Francois Hollande

I have decided to prolong the state of emergency because I know there's a threat out there and we will not give an inch. We will not give ground in fighting these people, nor in defending our freedoms, and this video only disqualifies ISIL from any role to play.feedback

Francois Hollande

France will not be deterred by any kind of threats of terrorism. We will take all measures that are required to protect democracy. Therefore, the decision was taken to extend the period of emergency in France, so that we can take all the necessary measures – we will always protect the values for which France stands. This video brings discredit to the perpetrator of these crimes.feedback

Francois Hollande

It is this inter-governmental agreement that will allow a commercial transaction. India needs them and France has shown that it has the world's best aircraft. The commercial contract can only come after the inter-governmental accord... which will be discussed during my visit.feedback

Francois Hollande

The idea we have in mind is the one of an intergovernmental agreement between the two countries in order to allow the firms involved to go all the way. It is this intergovernmental agreement that will allow a commercial transaction.feedback

Francois Richier

Discussions are taking place, can't say what will be the outcome. It's not finalised yet. It's a complex negotiation. I am hopeful, but hopeful does not mean certitude.feedback

Christopher Dembik - Saxo Bank

It will have a positive impact on unemployment, but that will be a mechanical one, we won't be on a natural downward trend.feedback

Christopher Dembik - Saxo Bank

It's a victory for the reformist side. He clearly thinks the election will be won on the center-ground of politics.feedback

Francois Miquet-Marty - Viavoice

There's a desire to not upset anyone, to appeal to all political sides with measures that are interventionist for the left and others that are pro-business.feedback

Francois Hollande

What counts is to go all the way with reforms, to do the reforms that are expected without thinking about anything else other than their effectiveness, the utility and pertinence. On that point, I will go all the way and I urge everyone to take part.feedback

Alexis Tsipras

We need to come back to our foundation values: solidarity, democracy, social cohesion. So the progressive forces must be united in order to face these big challenges…the extreme right policies and the forces that build fences and create a very bad atmosphere.feedback

Josh Earnest

This is a time when the French people are grieving knowing that they can count on the most powerful country in the world to have their back, as they determine what is necessary to strengthen homeland security in their own country.feedback

David Cameron

I firmly support the action President Hollande has taken to strike ISIL in Syria and it's my firm conviction that Britain should do so too. Of course there will be a decision for parliament to make. Today I offered France the use of RAF Akrotiri for French aircraft engaged in anti-ISIL operations and additional assistance with air-to-air refueling.feedback

Francois Hollande

Some have wanted to establish a link between the influx of refugees coming from the Middle East and the terrorist threat. The truth is that this link exists because the inhabitants of areas in Iraq and Syria flee because they are martyred (tormented) by the very same people we are attacking today.feedback

Martin Schulz - European Parliament

I am here to express my solidarity, and the solidarity of the deputies of the European Parliament with the nation which has gathered here with its own representatives in Versailles. I found the president's speech was firm and decisive. He announced strong measures and and a clear ,and there was also a clear message to his partners and allies in Europe.feedback

Francois Hollande

We need a coming together of all those who can really fight against this terrorist army within a single, large coalition. With this in mind, I will meet Presidents Obama and Putin in the coming days to unite our strength and achieve a result that, for now, is still too far in the distance.feedback

Francois Hollande

But we are at war with jihadist terrorism which is a threat to the entire world.feedback

Marine Le Pen

We have asked that these controls be made perennial, so France redefines its borders definitively.feedback

Dominique de Villepin

Let's not forget that we gave birth to the Islamic State. It's the result of the 2003 war. It's the result of the mistakes made in Iraq, notably by supporting the sectarian, pro-Shi'ite Maliki government and dropping the Sunnis.feedback

Dominique de Villepin

Military intervention feeds terrorism. It legitimises the terrorists – you're the centre of international attention, it gives you status and weight. And it radicalises others around the world. So it is counter-productive.feedback

Nicolas Sarkozy

We need everyone's help to exterminate Daesh (Islamic State), notably the Russians. There cannot be two coalitions in Syria.feedback

Michel Jarraud - World Meteorological Organization

We have broken a new record once again. Over the last 25 years between 1990 and 2014, there was a 36 percent increase in the radiative forcing of greenhouse gases.feedback

Francois Hollande

We have to make sure that politicians are able to decide beyond the terms of their mandate, and even beyond their own lifespans. I mean that we should make sure that those who hold the future of our planet in their hands can imagine that they will be judged after they are gone. That's what the Paris conference is about.feedback

Francois Hollande

No one is prepared for such a test. That is why we must give you all of our solidarity. And the whole country, France, which I represent today, is absolutely shocked and overwhelmed by this disaster that could have affected any one of us.feedback

Francois Hollande

Well I assure you here, and I am saying this quite candidly, that if we don't make this decision in Paris it will be not just late. It will be too late for the world.feedback

Francois Hollande

It is a responsibility that can not be left to one particular country. It concerns all of Europe. We see the tensions that can arise, and I fully concur with the comments made by Angela Merkel about what happened in her country which has shocked us to the core.feedback

Jeroen Dijsselbloem

Massive support from the Greek parliament is certainly helpful. It does provide more credibility for Greece. but we'll have to look at the total financial outcome, especially the financial support that will be necessary in the coming years.feedback

Fabien Farge

For François Hollande and Angela Merkel, the ball is well and truly in Alexis Tsipras's court. The Greek prime minister must come up with clear and specific proposals This Tuesday is a crucial day. First of all, with a meeting of Eurogroup finance ministers, then at a summit with the other 18 heads of state and government, in Brussels.feedback

Laurent Fabius

As much as we understand the need for phone taps with regard to terrorists, that has nothing to do with the tapping of leaders who are allies and friends. I've asked the ambassador to give us some rapid answers.feedback

Francois Hollande

Seventy years on, these hatreds re-emerge, bearing different faces and under different circumstances, but always with the same words, and the same intentions. They target innocents, journalists, Jews and policemen. The French stood together on January 11 to counter this deadly resurgence because they're never afraid of defending their freedom.feedback

Michael Leigh

German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president François Hollande share some of Cameron's reform goals on immigration, the single market, and labor law but will not pay any price to keep Britain inside the EU.feedback

Angela Merkel

We will announce at the conference in Paris that the global long-term goal is a reduction of at least 60 percent greenhouse gases compared to 2010. That would mean a global reduction of 50 percent compared to 1990. Yes, it is very ambitious. But we believe if we join forces we will be able to manage that.feedback

Stefan Grobe - Euronews

Hollande's meetings with Raul and Fidel Castro highlight the French claim to be the number one partner for Cuba in Europe. It symbolises a new era in the relations between Havana and the West. But what Cubans are really longing for is a visit of Barack Obama – before the US president leaves office.feedback

Matthew Moran

They are policies that one would more usually expect to see come from more right-wing political groupings and this is an indication of the cumulative effect of the attacks in 2015 on the political landscape in France. President Hollande is now competing with Nicolas Sarkozy on Sarkozy's natural battleground – security – and the broader shift to the right is playing into the hands of the Front National.feedback

Patrick Wauthier

From this meadow in the village of Le Vernet, we can see the mountains where the crash happened, just three kilometres away. Hollande, Merkel and Rajoy have taken a look at the area, which looks so peaceful from here. But from a helicopter, the scene is very different.feedback

Laurence Alexandrowicz

After the search which resumed early this morning, the challenge is to accommodate the victims' families expected here at Seyne-les-Alpes during the day – along with the three countries' leaders: François Hollande, Angela Merkel and Mariano Rajoy.feedback

Francois Hollande

I don't want to forget the seven other victims and their families who are mourning them.feedback

Nonce Paolini

We don't know the circumstances, but what I can tell you is that, obviously, such a programme was made to bring happiness to all.feedback

Francois Hollande

If the planet keeps warming up over the next decade this will bring about wars, it's not just a matter of disasters but also that it could lead to wars and more disasters.feedback

Benigno Aquino

We must not just deal with the aftereffects of climate change but with its primordial causes. In this light, we as a developing country, welcome the countries like France which have emerged as champions in global partnership to address this issue.feedback

Francois Hollande

There are risks which will increase if the truce is not respected.feedback

Angela Merkel

Ever since the programs for Greece started, it has been our aim and the aim of all EU-countries that use the euro currency, that Greece stays in the eurozone. The Greek people have made considerable sacrifices, and there has been progress.feedback

Dmytro Polonsky

The fact that François Hollande and Angela Merkel's urgent visit to Kyiv came on the same day John Kerry was in the city suggests the three nations share a common position on how to resolve the conflict in Donbass.feedback

Francois Hollande

They did this to save hostages' lives and to neutralise the terrorists, the killers.feedback

Pierre Legrand

We try to stay positive because we tell ourselves that from the moment that there is contact there is the chance of discussion and that makes us hope for a happy ending.feedback

Francois Hollande

It isn't for the abductors to tell us what to do. Or how to negotiate. The best way to get our nationals out of the hands of those who have kidnapped them is to say as little as possible and not to enter into any sort of debate.feedback

Abdel Hamid Abu Zeid

The end of negotiations, the total dead end, is France's fault. We are here to negotiate. That's what we already told France, a year ago.feedback

Giovanni Magi

Although with the Hollande presidency we can no longer speak of the Paris-Berlin axis, this summit proves once again that an agreement between the two capitals is necessary if we want to find a solution to the eurozone's crisis and a common European approach to big international crises.feedback

Stefan Scharfetter

After the first round of voting in France, Hollande is in the lead. We now expect him to win big in two weeks time as well. That means the Merkel-Sarkozy axis is kaput. They were both were on the same page as far as Europe was concerned, which was considered to be a positive thing.feedback

Gael Sliman - Odoxa

But now the campaigning is pretty much over. We've had the debate and unless there's a unforeseen catastrophe in the next 48 hours, Francois Hollande is going to win the French presidential election.feedback

Francois Hollande

In 2014 what is at stake is not simply that France recovers growth, which is already taking shape, it's that this growth is the most vigorous possible. We will only succeed with the cooperation of everyone, notably private enterprise.feedback

Monique Chabert

This project is useless and destructive, and it costs 24-billion euros just for infrastructure. Why shouldn't public money be used for other things in times of crisis? That is something all vigilant citizens have the right to ask.feedback

Margherita Sforza - Euronews

The negotiations between Van Rompuy and the individual heads of state have lasted much longer than expected -a sign of how their difficulty and delicacy. Hope of an agreement is hanging by a thread.feedback

Jérome Fourquet

There isn't a lot to go on that might suggest we're looking at a record low popularity or a deep falling out of love between the French people and Mr Hollande. We're sort of in between, still waiting. The French are very worried about the unemployment rate and also our public finances. The moment of truth will probably be in the autumn.feedback

Udo Bullmann

Francois Hollande made it very clear in his campaign: he wants to create more jobs, he wants to create higher growth. The Merkozy-package has to be corrected! And we support him in doing so!feedback

Francois Hollande

If there are three words to remember after this summit they are: speed because the need to act is urgent, solidarity because we can not abandon a whole generation and finally security because we have to propose jobs and training with real prospects for young people.feedback

Giovanni Magi

This concludes an international affair that has preoccupied France for seven years. Now we wonder how this happy ending was affected by the changes of leader in both Mexico and France, and the more cautious diplomacy of President Hollande than his predecessor.feedback

Stefan Grobe - Euronews

The foreign policy establishment in this town believes that the French have shown determination in stamina on issues Mali, Libya, Syria and Iran. More than any other European leader, Francois Hollande seems to be in sync with President Obama. And American-French relations are at their best in a decade.feedback

Heather Conley

You're really seeing, I think, a very robust foreign and security policy agenda. I'm not sure we imagined that when President Hollande came into office. And I think Washington has noted that, I think it has strengthened the US-French bilateral relationship.feedback

Jeremy Shapiro - The Brookings Institution

What's interesting is that when they [the US and France] do agree, which is frequently, they are very willing to step up and help in real ways. And that's increasingly rare today.feedback

Francois Hollande

I know nothing of these activities and if they don't conform to fiscal law, I ask the administration to take the necessary measures.feedback

Pierre Briancon - Reuters

We've a government, a new prime minister, who's trying to engineer the famous, or infamous, supply side shock that François Hollande wants to instill. They're trying to reform, cutting spending, cutting labour costs, doing overall very business friendly policies. Which is proving to be a hard sell in France.feedback

Thorbjoern Jagland

The presence here today of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande make this day very particular, symbolic for all of us I believe.feedback

Francois Bayrou

They are lying: Sarkozy doesn't want us to look closely at his track record; and Hollande has chosen to proliferate untenable promises.feedback

Nathalie Arthaud

While workers have every reason to loathe Sarkozy, they have no reason to trust Hollande.feedback

Angela Merkel

If you have a look at the programmes, which we see in Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, and Ireland you'll notice that they don't merely focus on budget consolidation. They are massive structural reforms that profoundly change the countries; most of all in Greece, where it is all about the creation of a new tax-system, a new health-system and a completely new administration.feedback

Giovanni Magi

The plan aims to stimulate employment, especially for young people in Europe. It comes on the same day that France announced record unemployment figures. Employment could turn out to be the testing ground for the Franco-German friendship.feedback

Thijs Berman

Clearly it's a problem to do with European socialism. There are those in Europe – and here I'm simplifying a lot, using caricatures – who believe that we can use national solutions to attack global problems. And there are those who say no, there are European solutions. We must cooperate. We have to have flexible laws to attack concrete problems. There's a kind of socialism that's stuck on radical ideas, in the face of a kind of socialism that's trying to modernise, and the French socialist party is not in the clear.feedback

Vladimir Putin

The problems are difficult but nevertheless our discussions bring good results and I'm sure that your short visit here will without doubt help us to find a solution to the problem.feedback

Fréderic Sawicki

Compared to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who will face elections next year and who has to deal with a coalition, President Hollande is in a position which can reinforce his European leadership.feedback

Francois Hollande

When we drew up this reform, I thought how important it is that those earning way up there show a patriotic example.feedback

Francois Hollande

I must set the course and the pace. The course is recovery for France. It has high unemployment, weakened competitiveness, considerable deficits and is historically indebted. My mission is to see our country recovers, and I'm going to give it two years. You tell me to speed things up, and I do!feedback

Angela Merkel

Only political dialogue can bring real progress. By saying political dialogue I mean a transition government, free elections. And whatever Germany, France and the EU can do, we will do.feedback

Mathieu Nocent - Inter

This is a fight too many for anti-gay marriage groups. They have to adapt to the idea that the law is what it is and same-sex couples are now able to be married.feedback

Martine Aubry

He's going to continue with austerity, with the Sarkozy VAT rate and that's going to increase job insecurity. Real competitiveness is what Francois Hollande is proposing; putting finance at the service of the economy.feedback

Pierre Moscovici - European Union

Since last month's summit I think Europe has taken a different path. What President Francois Hollande described as a reorientation and stabilisation of European construction. It is our role now to ensure that works.feedback

Francois Hollande

Everyone comes across tests in their private life. But I have one principal – that private affairs remain private. This is not the time or the place… I won't respond to any question on that subject today.feedback

Francois Hollande

France has no intention of remaining here in Mali because it is Malians themselves, Africans, who will achieve security, independence and sovereignty in Mali. This is how I see Franco-African relations: respectful, democratic and transparent.feedback

Francois Hollande

The Republic will doggedly pursue all anti-Semitic acts and remarks that could cause French Jews to feel anxious in their own country.feedback

Marc Touati

We need shock therapy. And this shock therapy has absolutely not been implemented, not under Sarkozy, nor under Hollande. The deficit and debt will continue to increase. For the moment it's not too alarming because interest rates are very low, but one day, the markets will wake up, interest (rates) will rocket and we will have a Greek-type crisis in France.feedback

Marine Le Pen

François Hollande doesn't decide any more than Nicolas Sarkozy did. Brussels believes that we have to implement austerity at all costs like in Greece, Spain or Italy… and that is what François Hollande is doing right now.feedback

Marc Touati

We're not taking real measures. We need shock therapy, and that has never been applied, either by Sarkozy or Hollande. We're going to keep racking up deficits and swelling debt.feedback

David Cameron

If the French go ahead with 75 percent top rates of taxes we would roll out the red carpet and welcome more French businesses to Britain and they can pay taxes in Britain and that can pay for our health service and our schools and everything else.feedback

Nicolas Sarkozy

They will ask if during the crisis, did I protect them? With the events that have crashed down with an unheard of violence on the world, on Europe and on France…. have I done my job well, or have I done it badly? And would Mr Francois Hollande have done any better?feedback

Sandra Geiss

Hollande does not seem to be succeeding in assuring the French […] A lot of people think that he is not up to the task.feedback

Jean-Francois Cope Sot

The question is on everyone's mind. It is difficult to imagine that François Hollande knew nothing, while Jérôme Cahuzac was his budget minister and that there were clearly many discussions on this subject.feedback

Jean-Francois Copé

What do we see? A President of the Republic who either knew nothing – and that is extremely serious because it shows a certain naivety – or he did know about it and lied to the French people.feedback

Nikolaus Blome - Spiegel Gruppe

We'll have to see. I think that, more than ever, she has to call the shots in Europe because other heads of state or government such as French President François Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron have lost a lot of ground at home in these European elections. Other parties, especially eurosceptic ones, have taken over, such as the National Front in France or UKIP in Britain, which weakens the two men. The tables have turned, and that will make it even harder to find a compromise.feedback

Ahmad Al-Assi Al-Jarba

We talked about humanitarian aid corridors, about political support by France, in Europe, within a United Nations framework.feedback

Francois Hollande

We already have 600 French soldiers in the country. We're going to double that amount in a few days, or even hours. France's only objective is to save human lives.feedback

Francois Hollande

Regarding human rights and democratic principles, they are both part of the dialogue that we are having. It should not be seen as an obligation, we should simply put this issue as it should be: as part of frank and respectful political dialogue.feedback

Serge Lazarevic

I didn't really know before what freedom was. I had forgotten what freedom was. And never forget that being free means looking after yourself wherever you go, as the president said. Be careful because freedom is the most precious thing of all. When you are abducted, when you are mistreated, when you are lost, when you are on the brink of death, you think about life more.feedback

Stefan Grobe - Euronews

Political decisions are not to be expected at this summit. The first day of talks was largely devoted to get to know the G8 first timers Hollande, Monti and Noda. Concerning the big subject of crisis combat, it is veteran summit participant Angela Merkel who is increasingly isolated. The question is: for how long will she stand the pressure of additional stimulus measures.feedback

Jerome Kerviel

I ask François Hollande for immunity for the witnesses so that they can speak freely and talk about all the malfunctions that happened in this case. I'll be waiting for his answer on the Italian side of the border. If they want to come and get me, they can.feedback

Frédéric Dabi

He has now gained a lot of legitimacy after his victory, after the very successful primary elections, in which 79 percent of the French took an interest. And this creates a real energy, a great dynamic for Francois Hollande. Now the toughest part starts.feedback

Stefan Grobe - Euronews

Today the United States and France are enjoying a level of trust not seen in more than a decade. That's why this visit is a respite for both, for Obama battered by domestic gridlock and for Hollande, whose personal life is under scrutiny back home.feedback

Francois Hollande

It's not an issue for Jews, but for all French citizens. This guarantee should be a priority in all schools, because no child should be scared of going to school.feedback

Philippe Leclerc - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

It's one of the most if not the most difficult places that I have been, and it reminded me the early days of my position in Srebrenica, of the Muslim enclaves in Bosnia Herzegovina. The violence is as tough and the situation of the people is extremely dire.feedback

Nicolas Sarkozy

I cannot understand why Mr Hollande is avoiding these debates. I do not understand it, when he had three easy debates against his Socialist comrades. Now it's time to debate in front of the French people.feedback

Frank-Walter Steinmeier

What the French president presented yesterday is first of all courageous and second, in my view, the reporting of it did not get the attention it merited because of other topics which were allegedly interesting.feedback

Francois Hollande

I seek and I call on everyone to seek peace. That means understanding and respect. Because everything now needs to be concentrated on and devoted to what is essential: the economic success of our country and national cohesion.feedback

Barack Obama

We don't want new sanctions, because the ones we have in place are already squeezing Iran and brought them to the table. We also want to send a message to the Iranians that if they don't resolve this broader issue of their nuclear program that there will be consequences – and that the sanction regime will not only stay in place but will likely be tightened in the event that these talks fail.feedback

Francois Hollande

We have worked towards cooperation which can enable the fight against terrorism and at the same time to respect principles. And we are making headway over this cooperation. And there is a mutual trust which has been restored and which should be based both on respect for each other's country and also based on the protection of privacy.feedback

Robert Halver - Baader Bank

We are influenced by political developments once again, and those are negative on the whole. We have the Greeks who are not able to form a government, there is the question of what Mr. Hollande and Mrs. Merkel will discuss this week, austerity or more debts. All of this is quite sad because the world economy is booming.feedback

Francois Hollande

There are proposals to strengthen budgetary union. We'll discuss those later. For the moment, banking union is at the top of the agenda for this summit. That's why Mrs Merkel and myself will discuss those next steps, but first we must complete the step of banking union.feedback

Francois Hollande

You're asking what we will do to the terrorists if we find them? We'll destroy them, make prisoners if possible and make sure they can't do any more harm in the future. We are in an operation that is not simply to defend a line. Which line by the way? There are no frontiers in Mali's interior.feedback

Francois Hollande

A compromise is possible, but it must be reasonable and therefore we will have to reason those who want to cut the EU budget beyond what is possible to accept.feedback

Mariano Rajoy

Today from the plane I talked with with Mrs. Merkel, Mr. Hollande, Mr. Monti, Mr Van Rompuy, Mr Barroso and Mr. Cameron, and I think that we are going to deliver a message of confidence in the euro. It is clear that Spain will continue trying to reduce public debt because we cannot spend what we do not have, not an administration or anyone else. So, we will continue with reforms.feedback

Bernard Cazeneuve

We're listening to to them (the clubs) but we will stand firm because this proposal has been voted upon already and will have to be applied the same way it does to all French companies.feedback

Francois Hollande

I'm not going to jeopardize the way I work in the service of the French people and especially the human relationship that I have with the weakest, the most humble and the poor in society. Because I'm at their service and it's my reason for being.feedback

Francois Hollande

We will long remember this day, January 1 2014, and especially Father Georges, as it is a happy day when we got our compatriot back. He has been held captive for too long but now he is free.feedback

Francois Hollande

For the two years that I have left, until the very end, I intend to reform my country, to make it stronger. I am doing all I can so that, by the end of my mandate, I will be able to be, not proud of myself, but conscious of having been useful to France.feedback

Francois Hollande

Being on the offensive means mobilising all our forces for employment and that's why I made a personal commitment to reversing the unemployment trend – some people said that I rushed into that without enough precaution. But I hold on to that promise and that's the road map for the government.feedback

Francois Hollande

France can reach the highest level, but that requires us to strengthen our economy and our companies. We need to develop the best level of research and to set a high bar for our educational system, but it also requires change: adapting our production processes, our transport system, making ecological change. Yes, France can retain its social model, but by renovating it to make it more efficient, more fair.feedback

Francois Hollande

The crash site is difficult to access. It was important to secure the area, and we have. As soon as possible, all bodies will be brought back to France, all passengers' remains.feedback

Francois Hollande

This is an historic document because it's a result of the institutional compromise that you've managed to forge between you, and because it can serve as an example and a reference point for a lot of other countries.feedback

Angela Merkel

It's good that Ireland and Spain could exit the bailout programmes. The policy resulted in progress, but we are not out of the woods, yet. Therefore we have to make sure that such crises will never be repeated and that we make Europe and the euro zone resilient.feedback

Francois Hollande

We also have a responsibility to help shape Europe's destiny. And during the upcoming EU summit, we will resolve the issues being debated, notably the European Banking Union. We've seen great progression.feedback

Francois Hollande

The eurozone is on the point of coming out of the crisis of uncertainty and instability, but we are not at the end of the road yet. We need mechanisms, rules, and above all, action.feedback

Isabelle Kumar - Euronews

And now a question from Samer Chaloub, who asks how policies and reforms can help in the fight against racistm. You were very critical of Nicolas Sarkozy, the former French president, do you think François Hollande is doing better?feedback

Francois Hollande

French banks will have to publish annually the full list of their subsidiaries in the world, country by country and explain their business. I won't hesitate to consider as a tax haven any country that refuses to cooperate with France.feedback

Michael Hewson - CMC Markets

There's a lot of uncertainty with how a new French president would change the political dynamic between Germany and France. I mean, Mr Hollande has already said he wants to renegotiate the fiscal compact, Angela Merkel has implicitly ruled that out. He's also gone on record as saying that he wants to raise the minimum wage and reduce the retirement age, well that's really going to grate with Germany.feedback

Francois Hollande

This was a victory. I was welcomed in Africa not for what I'd done, but for what I'd decided. Those who took action were the French soldiers. We defeated terrorism in Mali, we haven't defeated it everywhere. We won't wage war everywhere. We waged it there because we were called on by a friendly country, we were supported by Europe within the framework of international law.feedback

Francois Hollande

The task of remembering is always painful, but it must be done. What we have to work for is reconciliation by looking for what happened and by recognising what happened.feedback

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